3D Organ Shape Reconstruction from Topogram Images

  title={3D Organ Shape Reconstruction from Topogram Images},
  author={Elena Balashova and Jiangping Wang and Vivek Kumar Singh and Bogdan Georgescu and Brian Teixeira and Ankur Kapoor},
Automatic delineation and measurement of main organs such as liver is one of the critical steps for assessment of hepatic diseases, planning and postoperative or treatment follow-up. [...] Key Result We show compelling results on 3D liver shape reconstruction and volume estimation on 2129 CT scans (This feature is based on research, and is not commercially available. Due to regulatory reasons its future availability cannot be guaranteed).Expand
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